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1 Jesuit High School 2016 Summer Session Jesuit High School 9000 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. Portland, OR 97225 (503) 291-5460 Email: [email protected]
2 2016 Jesuit Summer Session June 20-July 22 Registration and Information REGISTRATION FOR JESUIT STUDENTS OPENS APRIL 22. REGISTRATION FOR NON-JESUIT STUDENTS OPENS MAY 6. ACADEMICS: Welcome to the Jesuit High School Summer Session. This program is open to the public. Most classes target grades 6-12, with the exception of Drama courses and three Adult Only courses. The general session begins June 20, with certain exceptions. Class sizes are limited. If you have further questions, please email Khalid Maxie, Summer Session Director, or Susie Rall, Summer Session Registrar at [email protected] or leave a message on the Summer Session line at 503-291-5460. HOW TO REGISTER: 1. Registration is online only. 2. Jesuits summer office hours are 7:00 am-3:00 pm 3. Registrations will not be taken over the phone or via e-mail. Such inquiries will not hold a seat in a class. 4. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. 5. Some credit classes have prerequisites. Please pay close attention to these requirements. 6. Non-Jesuit students who want to take a class for school credit should first consult their school counselor to verify that credits offered by Jesuits Summer Session will be accepted by their school. REDUCED RATES: Registrations completed by Monday, June 6, 2016 will result in slightly reduced tuition. See course descriptions for these discounted amounts. ATTENDANCE POLICY: 1. Unless otherwise indicated, academic classes are held Monday-Friday. Classes will not be held on Monday, July 4, 2016 2. To report a tardy or absence, call (503) 291-5460 and leave a message. 3. More than two absences in a CREDIT CLASS will lead to a loss of credit.
3 WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY: 1. All withdrawals must be in written form. 2. Withdrawal fees are based on the following deadlines: Withdrawal received by the Registrar in writing by: June 11 $30 Penalty June 12-19 $60 Penalty June 20-24 $85 Penalty After June 24 NO REFUND PURPOSE As an integral part of the total Jesuit High School program, the Summer Session is committed to maintaining Jesuits character, standards, and mission. The Summer Session will provide an enhanced curriculum that supports the regular school program as well as the development of basic skills that help to prepare students for a rigorous high school curriculum. In addition, the Summer Session will provide enrichment and remediation to help all students to reach their potential. This program, staffed by qualified teachers, features small classes and individualized instruction. CODE OF CONDUCT All students are expected to treat faculty, staff, administrators, other students, and the physical property of Jesuit High School with respect. Students who fail to do so will be asked to leave the program. All rules and regulations will be reviewed the first day of each class. CLASS CANCELLATIONS Under-enrolled classes may be cancelled and the times of course offerings may be subject to change. Notification will be sent if necessary. CREDIT CLASSES The following information will be recorded on student transcripts and will be included in the grade point average: 1. All full-time classes taken for credit at Jesuit, including summer school for incoming freshmen. 2. Classes taken at an accredited high school prior to a transfer students enrollment at Jesuit. 3. Classes taken at an accredited school to rehabilitate a semester grade below C- in a core course for the purposes of college admissions, at the recommendation of the Counselor or Vice Principal for Academics. The student and parent(s) must submit an Approval for Non-JHS Classes form to the Vice Principal for Academics prior to beginning the course. Note: Approval for Jesuit students enrollment in Summer Session credit classes for advancement (e.g., in mathematics or world languages) must be obtained from the appropriate Department Chair prior to the first day of summer classes.
4 The following information will NOT be recorded on student transcripts: 1. Classes taken at other schools before a student is enrolled as a ninth grader in Jesuit. 2. SAT, ACT, PSAT scores. 3. Disciplinary records. Jesuit does not guarantee that Summer Session credit will be accepted by schools other than Jesuit. Students are responsible for checking with their school administration to determine if Jesuit Summer Session credit is acceptable. It is the responsibility of the student to notify their school of the courses taken and the credit earned. Grades will be sent to schools upon receiving a signed request form that will be handed out by teachers at the beginning of the Summer Session. SUMMER SESSION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Jesuit students expecting to advance a level in mathematics must have their current math instructors recommendation before registering for a summer course. #100, INTRO TO ALGEBRA 6/20-7/22 8:00-9:55 am $475 by 6/6 $490 after 6/6 1 Sem credit This class is for students who have mastered the basic skills of mathematics, but have not had algebra and are to begin an algebra class in the fall. Emphasis will be on preparing to succeed in first-year algebra. The text Pre- Algebra 2003, Author: Malloy is provided. Jesuit High School students do not receive credit for this course. Syllabus #110 & #111, BASIC ALGEBRA I $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit # 110, 6/20-7/22 8:00-8:55 am # 111, 6/20-7/22 9:00-9:55 am This class is designed for students who have already been introduced to algebra and wish to further develop their skills. It is especially helpful for incoming freshmen and for students who struggled with algebra during the school year and are continuing on to geometry and physics. This is a self-paced class. Materials provided. #120 & #125, ALGEBRA I $420 by 6/6 $445 after 6/6 1 Sem credit #120, 6/20-7/22 Sem. 1 8:00-9:55 am #125, 6/20-7/22 Sem. 2 10:30 am-12:25 pm
5 This class is designed for students who need one semester of credit or who wish to review algebraic concepts to move ahead in their math placement. The text Algebra I 2011, Author: Larson is provided. #130, ALGEBRA II SEM. 2 $445 by 6/6 $470 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 8:00 am-10:25 am This course provides the necessary background for Precalculus. The text Algebra II 2011, Author: Larson is provided. PREREQUISITES: First-year algebra and geometry. #138, GEOMETRY $420 by 6/6 $445 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 10:00 am-12:00 pm This course covers the material of a standard course in Euclidean geometry and prepares students for Algebra 2/Trig. Topics for study include: principles of geometric construction; coordinate geometry; properties of triangles; introduction to logic and proofs; properties of polygons and circles; postulates and theorems; congruence; similarity; area; volume; and right triangle trigonometry. #140, ACCELERATED GEOMETRY $805 by 6/6 $830 after 6/6 1 Full year credit 6/20-7/22 8:00-12:00 noon Accelerated Geometry is an honors course and is not intended for credit recovery. In addition to covering a full year of geometry, this class covers enough material from Algebra II/Trig to prepare a student for Precalculus. The text Larson Geometry 2012 as well as the text Algebra II 2011 will be provided. Syllabus #145, COMPETITION GEOMETRY $420 by 6/6 $445 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 8:00-9:55 am Competition Mathematics prepares students for competitive exams such as the AMC and AIME. This course is for students who have a strong interest in mathematical problem-solving and who have already mastered the basics of Euclidean geometry. The text The Art of Problem-Solving (Volume 1) will be provided. PREREQUISITES: A strong understanding of first-year algebra and geometry. #147, ACCELERATED GEOMETRY ONLINE $790 by 6/6 $815 after 6/6 1 Full year credit 6/20-7/22 Self-paced online course Accelerated Geometry is an honors course and is not intended for credit recovery. In addition to covering the geometry necessary for Precalculus, this online class covers material from Algebra II/Trig. Students will be on campus on June 20, the first day of Summer Session, 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. for an introduction to the course. They will also be on campus for a supervised midterm and final exam (July 6 and July 22). All other work and interaction with the instructor will take place online. Please contact instructor Jason Hildreth ([email protected]) for more information. Students will use an online text and video resources. #150 & #155, PRECALCULUS $420 by 6/6 $445 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 8:00-9:55 am 6/20-7/22 10:00-11:55am This course provides a solid background for the study of calculus. The text Precalculus with Limits 6th ed., Author: Larson is provided. PREREQUISITES: A strong understanding of first-year algebra and geometry,
6 as evidenced by one of the following: A grade of A- or better in Geometry Honors or Algebra II or a teacher recommendation. Syllabus #159, BRIDGE TO AP CALCULUS AB 7/18-7/22 8:00 am-12:00 pm $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No Credit This course will have a brief review of major topics from Pre-calculus, including: factoring polynomials; function notation; writing linear equations; analyzing polynomial functions (intervals where increasing/ decreasing and relative max/min); graphing basic functions (quadratic, radical, absolute value rational, exponential & logarithmic); analyzing rational functions (domain, range, vertical & horizontal asymptotes): properties of logarithms; rational exponents; solving log & exponential equations; trigonometry (Unit Circle, evaluating the 6 trig functions, trig identities, solving trig equations, inverse trig functions, even/odd trig functions); limits (notation, evaluation using direct substitution/factoring/rationalizing/special trig rules, limits approaching infinity, limits involving piecewise functions. PRE-REQUISITE: Pre-Calculus Syllabus #160, CALCULUS $420 by 6/6 $445 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 10:00-11:55 am This course provides an introduction to differential and integral calculus. The text Calculus by Satterberg and Gorman is provided. PREREQUISITE: A strong understanding of Precalculus. Syllabus #170, AP CALC AB ENRICHMENT & PREPARATION FOR AP CALC BC COURSE & EXAM 7/18-7/22 12:30am-2:30 pm $160 by 6/6 $185 after 6/6 No credit This course will be a brief review of major topics from Calculus AB: derivatives, related rates, relative extrema, antiderivatives, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and applications of integration. Emphasis will be on learning strategies and becoming more comfortable with AP Exam questions (Multiple Choice & Free Response) in preparation for the AP Exam. Will also spend time reviewing trigonometry and learning tricks to memorize important trig identities, which will be essential for success on the AP Exam. PRE-REQUISITE: AP Calculus AB LANGUAGE ARTS #200, ENGLISH $465 by 6/6 $490 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 10:00-12:25 pm This is a course in grammar, composition and usage. Topics covered will be the same as in English Writing Skills and Grammar. In addition, the students will read one novel and write one major paper. This course is designed to accommodate students who need one semester credit of freshman English. Incoming Jesuit Freshmen do not receive high school credit for this course.
7 #206, ENGLISH GRAMMAR $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/22 10:00-10:55 am This class provides an introduction to grammar and usage. Parts of speech, parts of the sentence, mechanics, and the different kinds of sentences will be studied. (This is not an ESL class.) #210 & #211, ENGLISH WRITING $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit #210, 6/20-7/22 9:00-9:55 am #211, 6/20-7/22 11:00-11:55 am This course will help students who struggle with writing and will prepare them for the rigorous expectations of Freshman English. The writing process will include the following: pre-writing, writing, re-writing, revising, and editing. (This is not an ESL class.) #215, HIGH SCHOOL WRITING $240 by 6/6 $265 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/1 8:00-9:55 am This class targets returning JHS students who need additional help with their essay-writing skills. The course assumes a basic knowledge of grammar and exposure to different forms of writing during freshman year. The focus is on enhancing the ability to write clear, strong sentences; developing a writing style; creating and supporting thesis statements; writing coherent paragraphs which start with and develop a topic sentence; practicing the mechanics of academic writing, and expanding on analytical and argumentative writing skills. Syllabus #220, CREATIVE WRITING $240 by 6/6 $265 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/1 8:00-9:30 am Creative Writing is a 2 week course that will explore a variety of genres of writing. Students will discover their unique voice through reading literary works, engaging with a variety of pre-writing exercises and creating their own pieces. The instructor will emphasize the fun of writing, but also self-expression and academics. Students will be asked to organize their ideas, craft arguments, revise their work, state their point of view, peer edit classmates work and generally learn a lot about the hard work and craft of writing. We will meet every day for an hour and a half for 2 weeks. We will have writing time each class period, and there will be short reading and writing assignments as homework. Our final class period will be a coffee house type gathering. #235, COLLEGE ESSAY WRITING $240 by 6/6 $265 after 6/6 No credit #235, 6/27-7/8 8:00-9:55 am #236, 6/27-7/8 10:00-11:55 am This class seeks to assist rising juniors and/or seniors by giving them a better understanding of how to compose effective college essays for use during the college admission process. More and more, post-secondary education is relying on college essays to identify students in their selection process. The course will explore the theory behind composing college admission essays, the criteria admissions officers are seeking, and ways to address a specific audience while avoiding clichs. Students will produce several essays for the Common Application and essays based on application questions from universities and colleges to which Jesuit students often apply.
8 #240, SPANISH I INTRO/REVIEW/SKIP $410 by 6/6 $435 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 8:00-9:55 am This is a class for middle school students or freshmen who have never studied Spanish or who have limited Spanish knowledge. The course will cover the curriculum of Spanish I. Students in this class will have the opportunity to enter Spanish II in the fall or they will be able to start Spanish I with a strong foundation. #250, SPANISH II REVIEW/SKIP $410 by 6/6 $435 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 10:00- 11:55 am This class is for those who have completed Spanish I and want to attempt to advance a year of Spanish, starting next year in Spanish III, or those who have completed Spanish II and want to review before beginning Spanish III next year. #260, SPANISH III/REVIEW/SKIP $410 by 6/6 $435 after 6/6 1 Sem credit 6/20-7/22 12:00-2:00 pm This class is for those who have excelled in Spanish II and hope to advance a year of Spanish, starting next year in Spanish IV. HISTORY #280, UNITED STATES HISTORY $810 by 6/6 $835 after 6/6 1 Full year credit 6/20-7/22 8:00-12:30 pm This course is open to all rising Jesuit High School juniors and fulfills the two semester United States History Course normally taught during 11th grade. The course covers the nations political, economic, and social development from the Colonial Era through the Civil Rights Movement. Skills will build on those introduced in World History, with an emphasis on using primary source materials in argumentative writing. Syllabus
9 STUDY SKILLS/TEST PREP #300 & #301, 6th-8th STUDY SKILLS $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit #300, 6/20-7/22 8:00-8:55 am #301, 6/20-7/22 10:00-10:55 am This course will improve student skills in note-taking, outlining, organizing, and identifying important reading content material. Students who have taken this course have found it extremely beneficial, as study skills are vital to academic success. #310, #311 & #312, 9th-12th STUDY SKILLS $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit #310, 6/20-7/22 8:00-8:55 am #311, 6/20-7/22 10:00-10:55 am #312, 6/20-7/22 11:00-11:55 am This course will improve student skills in note-taking, outlining, organizing, and identifying important reading content material. Students who have taken this course have found it extremely beneficial, as study skills are vital to academic success. #350 & #351, 6th-8th READING $255 by 6/1 $280 after 6/6 No credit #350, 6/20-7/22 9:00-9:55 am #351, 6/20-7/22 11:00-11:55 am Designed to improve reading ability in comprehension, speed, content-area reading and vocabulary. This is not a speed-reading course. Materials provided. #360, 9th-12th READING $255 by 6/6 $280 after 6/6 No credit #360, 6/20-7/22 9:00-9:55 am Designed to improve reading ability in comprehension, speed, content-area reading and vocabulary. This is not a speed-reading course. Materials provided. #400, PSAT MATH PREP $245 by 6/6 $270 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/1 8:00-9:55 am This course is designed for students who would like to solidify their understanding of algebra, geometry, and problem-solving. Students will learn strategies for taking the exam, but the emphasis will be on general strategies for solving mathematical problems. Manual provided. Recommended for 9th grade and above. #405, PSAT VERBAL PREP $245 by 6/6 $270 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/1 10:00-11:55 am This course is a practice-intensive course designed to increase student confidence in test-taking, increase word knowledge, build grammar skills, and improve critical reading strategies. Particular emphasis will be placed on building vocabulary through Latin and Greek word roots and analyzing the etymology of SAT vocabulary, a
10 direct application to the exam. General test-taking strategies and the writing component will also be addressed. Manual provided. Recommended for 9th grade and above. #411 & #412, S.A.T. PREP $305 by 6/6 $330 after 6/6 No credit #411, 6/20-7/8 10:00-11:55 am #412, 7/5-7/22 10:00-11:55 am This course will help students prepare for math, verbal, and writing sections and will include test-taking skills, strategies, and techniques. Several practice exams are given, scored, and analyzed. This class is for sophomore grade level and higher. Manual provided. #450 & #451 ACT PREP $145(per session) by 6/6 $170 after 6/6 No credit #450, ACT Math & Science Prep 7/5-7/8 8:00-10:30 am #451, ACT English Prep 6/27-7/1 10:00 am-12:00pm Each section is being taught independent of the other to allow students to better address their needs. Partial exams will be taken, scored and analyzed. Test-taking skills, strategies and techniques will be covered as well as some content. Manual provided. SCIENCE #500, INTRO TO PHYSICS $305 by 6/6 $330 after 6/6 No credit 6/27-7/15 10:00-10:55 am This class is designed to prepare current freshmen in specific areas of math needed to be successful in Physics. Students who struggled in General Algebra or Algebra I will benefit from this class. #550, INTRO TO CHEMISTRY $305 by 6/6 $330 after 6/6 No credit 6/27-7/15 8:00-9:55 am This class provides a solid foundation for students whose 2016-17 plan of studies includes Chemistry, a rigorous course with challenging scientific concepts. Students who complete this course will have a head start for their study of Chemistry.
11 ELECTIVES #600, CLAY SCULPTURE $175 by 6/6 $200 after 6/6 No credit 6/27-6/30 (M-TH) 9:00-11:55 am Get your hands into clay! Learn basic hand-sculpting techniques (coil, slab, negative and additive sculpture) to create 3-dimensional projects in clay that will be glazed and fired. No previous experience required. Returning students will be challenged. Supplies and kiln firing included. Enrollment is limited. Reserve your spot early. Syllabus #610, INTRODUCTION TO STRENGTH TRAINING $175 by 6/6 $200 after 6/6 No credit 6/20-7/22 (M-W-F) 11:30 am-12:30 pm This course is designed to give students the opportunity to learn weight training concepts and techniques used for obtaining optimal physical fitness. Students will benefit from comprehensive weight training and cardiorespiratory activities. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of weight training, strength training, and overall fitness training and conditioning. Students will be empowered to make wise choices, meet challenges, and develop positive behaviors in fitness, wellness, and movement activity for a lifetime. #620, MODERN FORENSICS: A Realistic Overview For The High School Student 7/18-7/22 9:00 am-12:00 pm $195 by 6/6 $225 after 6/6 This course is designed to instruct high school students in the various methods used to process a crime scene using modern forensic techniques. Participants will learn the scientific methodology employed in several forensic disciplines, namely: Crime scene management, fingerprint ridgeology, forensic photography, bloodstain pattern analysis, ballistic trajectory analysis, high definition 3d laser scanning, evidence collection and searching techniques. Participants will receive theoretical instruction followed by practical exercises and hands on experience. The course will culminate in the students employing these disciplines to evaluate and process a mock crime scene, followed by case presentations and conclusions. Syllabus ADULT CLASSES #625, IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY 250 ADULTS ONLY 7/18-7/22 (Mon.-Thurs.) 7:00-8:15 pm $80 by 6/6 $95 after 6/6 This spring, Pope Francis will issue his exhortation after the two recent synods on the Family held in Rome. This document (not available at Summer School Catalogue press time) will allow us another opportunity to understand this Pope, from the Ignatian tradition. The class will require some reading, discussion and reflection.
12 #640, MODERN FORENSICS: A Realistic Overview for the Educator ADULTS ONLY 7/18-7/22 1:00-4:00 pm $195 by 6/6 $225 after 6/6 This course is designed to instruct educators in the various methods used to process a crime scene using modern forensic techniques. Participants will learn the scientific methodology employed in several forensic disciplines, namely: Crime scene management, fingerprint ridgeology, forensic photography, bloodstain pattern analysis, ballistic trajectory analysis, high definition 3d laser scanning, evidence collection and searching techniques. Participants will receive theoretical instruction followed by practical exercises and hands on experience. The course will culminate in the educators employing these disciplines to evaluate and process a mock crime scene, followed by case presentations and conclusions. Syllabus DRIVER EDUCATION #700 -703, DRIVER EDUCATION Cost of course: $349 ODOT Certification The following sections will be offered by Oregon Driver Education Center during the 2016 Jesuit Summer Session: #700, 6/20-7/20 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 pm Mon/Tues/Wed #701, 6/20-7/20 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 pm Mon/Tues/Wed #702, 6/22-7/15 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 pm Wed/Thurs/Fri #703, 6/22-7/15 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 pm Wed/ Thurs/Fri *PLEASE NOTE: ALL registration, payments, & information for these courses must go directly through ODEC. Please contact ODEC at 503-297-4813 or www.ODECdriving.com This course features both classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction and meets the State of Oregon standards. Students must be at least 15 years old and possess a learners permit at the time the class begins. Please look at the days and dates carefully. Questions should be directed to Oregon Driver Education Center at 503.297.4813.
13 SUMMER THEATRE FOR ALL AGES! Performances: July 14-17, 2016 Childrens ChorusGrades 1-3, Course #910 6/20 6/30 10-11:30 am (Mon-Fri) Cost $150 Junior EnsembleGrades 4-6, Course #920 6/20 6/30 12:30-3 pm (Mon-Fri) Cost $250 Childrens Chorus and Junior Ensemble members must be available for rehearsals on Wednesday afternoons July 13 and Thursday July 14; as well as for performances Thursday through Sunday, July 14-17. Cast members must be available for ALL scheduled rehearsals and performances without exception. Please note that eligibility for registration and participation in the Childrens Chorus and Junior Ensemble is determined by the grade the student has completed at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. Summer Tech Theatre Program-Grades 7-12, Course #930 6/20 6/30 12-3 pm (Mon-Fri) Cost $200 Work in a hands-on environment, with professional artists and technicians, to create the set, lighting, and sound design for the final production. Participants become the technical staff and running crew for performances, July 14-17. Tech Theatre students must be available to participate in rehearsals all day July 12-14, performances July 14-17, and the strike of the set on Sunday, July 17. Tech Students will have many optional opportunities to work on the production outside of scheduled class times. THE YOUNG PEOPLES THEATRE PROJECT PERFORMING ARTS CAMP at Caldera Middle and High School students will form the Senior Ensemble (Principal Cast) of the production, rehearsing as part of The Projects unique overnight Performing Arts Camp at Caldera in Central Oregon. Admission to this program is by audition. Auditions take place in late April and early May. Call 503-567-9482 for further information or contact [email protected] For more information about other summer opportunities with The Young Peoples Theatre Project, including our Second Stage production for Middle School Students, visit www.yptproject.org.Load More